New Recommendation: Use Topical Pain Relievers First, When Treating Certain Injuries

March 8, 2021

This article was originally filed in KnowYourOTCs.org. Musculoskeletal injuries – like those that impact the ankle, neck, and knee – are common and lead to many visits to the emergency room (ER) or doctor’s office. In fact, 15% of all ER visits and three out of four injuries treated in doctors’ offices are musculoskeletal injuries. While these injuries rarely […]

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Pain-Free Fitness with Mariah

March 1, 2021

Mariah Heller is the Owner and Creator of Pain-Free Fitness who helps busy professionals get pain-free in 10 minutes a day. She is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Massage Therapist, chronic pain educator, lecturer, gym co-founder, NPC bikini competitor, and coach for over a decade. Mariah has worked with hundreds of clients over the course […]

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Role of Physical Therapy in Reducing Pain

February 22, 2021

Interview with Dave Endres, Physical Therapist and Co-Founder of SPEAR Physical Therapy in New York City After graduating from Touro College, Dave worked for the Board of Education where he treated children with severe physical disabilities and gained extensive experience in an outpatient physical therapy setting.  Dave realized that helping children and adults eliminate or […]

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Why Bonnie ‘Rules!’

February 15, 2021

Bonnie Frankel, author of Bonnie’s Theory – Finding the Right Exercise,  is long-time athlete and sports activist, and the oldest female to compete in a Division 1 collegiate sport (swimming) by changing an N.C.A.A. (National Collegiate Athletic Association) rule, in 1993.  Now known as “The Bonnie Rule”, it made history. This applies to female student-athletes […]

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From Coach Potato to Wellness Warrior

February 8, 2021

It was Jamie Gold‘s journey from a 233-pound couch potato to training for a Kilimanjaro summit for her 60th birthday this year that fueled her home-health connection discoveries. An accomplished author and speaker, her third book, Wellness by Design: A Room-by-Room Guide to Optimizing Your Home for Health, Fitness and Happiness provides affordable and even […]

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Meet Coach Vashdi for 2021 Fitness Tips

February 1, 2021

In 2021, more people than ever are making resolutions to move more and eat healthier this year. As we all battle with the restrictions placed on us with COVID-19, Salonpas sat down with personal fitness trainer and nutrition specialist, Coach Moshit Vashdi to learn more about how to achieve our goals: Why did you decide […]

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Surprising Ways To Reduce Muscle Pain

January 25, 2021

During the colder winter months, many people feel more and more drawn to playing games and exercising indoors. Those can all be healthy ways to have a good time but if you only do them occasionally, you could end up feeling stiff and sore the next day. Fortunately, you can have your fun and not […]

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Getting Motivated to Work-Out in 2021– Tips from Top Trainers

January 18, 2021

Garage Gym Planner, a site that offers popular expert-curated reviews about fitness equipment, interviewed the country’s leading health and fitness experts to get their advice to get and stay healthy and fit during the pandemic: CAROLINE BLAZOVSKY, Healthy Home Expert Stay Active Yes, cleaning counts! As a Healthy Home Expert, I am always encouraging vacuuming, […]

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New Year Quotes to Inspire and Entertain

January 11, 2021

To celebrate 2021 and kick 2020 in the back-side, we share some of our favorite quotes which inspire, enlighten and entertain: “Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.” – Helen Keller,  American author, political activist, and lecturer and first deaf-blind person […]

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Mask Matters – N95 Substantial Equivalent is Gold Standard for Protection

January 4, 2021

The vaccine is here and more and more people will be immunized but it is still important to wear a mask when outside says Dr. Bob Arnot. Dr. Arnot, has over 44 years of experience in medicine where he has run an emergency medicine service of nearly 100 hospitals, served as chief medical correspondent for NBC’s […]

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